Practical Steps Positive Outcomes - Understanding Inclusive Practice (full day webinar)

Event Code EYT 22/313
Event Description This full day webinar is suitable for any early years practitioner.

Children have a right, spelled out in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, to provision which enables them to develop their personalities, talents and abilities irrespective of ethnicity, culture or religion, home language, family background, learning difficulties, disabilities or gender.
This stimulating and interactive course explores our attitudes to inclusion and unconscious bias. Models of inclusion are considered plus an overview of vulnerable groups of children and factors that can affect progress. Audits that support reflection of inclusive practice and provision will be provided. Content fully aligns with the revised EYFS, in place from September 2021.

This webinar is hosted on Zoom. Please download the free Zoom app onto your computer or device before the session.

You must have access to a computer or tablet, the internet and a web camera to participate. Mobile phones are not suitable due to the small screen.

The joining link and Pre-course task will be emailed to you in the Gateway’s course place confirmation email. Please check your junk mail folder, if you cannot find it, please email early.years.training@westsussex.gov.uk.

Please contact early.years.training@westsussex.gov.uk if you have any questions about Zoom.

Please bring a copy of Development Matters 2021 to the webinar, either a paper version or an online one on another screen.
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueRoom NameMapInternal LA costPVI/Care Provider costPartnership costExternal cost
Session 1Thursday
27 January 2022
09:30 - 15:00Online LearningTBA£0£0£50
Subject areas Early Years
Target audience
Early Years
target audience
Course Owner Learning and Development Admin (learninganddevelopment@westsussex.gov.uk)
Trainers
Yvonne Au / Gail DuBock
tutors
Training objectives The aim of this course is to explore how to develop inclusive practice and provision in order to give children the best start in life.